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From Erik Hatcher <>
Subject Re: New highlighter package available
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2003 22:56:22 GMT
I'll see what I can do about putting some sandbox build process 
infrastructure in place so that all projects with build.xml gets run 
from a central process.  This certainly won't happen overnight, but 
I'll put it on my to-do list, but others are welcome to beat me to it.  
Once we have a master build for the sandbox, we can integrate it into 
Gump pretty easily.  In fact, we could probably integrate the ones that 
have a build process into Gump already - although I'll have to go 
relearn Gump.


On Tuesday, September 30, 2003, at 06:39  PM, 
> My intention is for this submission to be used however you see fit.
> If that's in the core or not I dont really mind.
> What I would like to see however is any none-core projects that are 
> considered useful having an
> automated mechanism for building and Junit testing against the latest 
> Lucene release.
> That way when something in the core changes that breaks none-core code 
> (PriorityQueue being a recent example)
> the core developers are aware.
> I suspect there's a number of sandbox projects that simply dont work 
> with the latest release and theres
> no automated build mechanism to highlight (no pun intended) problems
> Cheers
> Mark
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